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“The History of the Redfearn Family Revisited” is the first book on the Redfearn’s to be published in 20 years and the first one focusing on the James Redfearn family of Johnston County, North Carolina line in over 50 years.This book, at 767 pages in length, is the largest Redfearn book ever published.It is based upon five years of extensive, painstaking research, and personal contact with over 450 Redfearn family members from around the world.
This book features: • A beautifully decorated, gold embossed, hard-bound book - available in a high-quality, imitation leather finish. • A true high-quality, hand sewn binding and a book that contains 60-pound 100% acid free natural paper – ensuring that the book will look great today and last to pass down to future generations. • A complete history of the 8,500 descendants of James Redfearn, broken out by third generation son, including detailed biographical information, over 100 photographs & maps, personal accounts and more. • A complete Redfearn family census index listing over 3,500 Redfearns (and all variations) listed from 1790-1930 in the U.S. Federal Census to assist you in researching your own individual Redfearn family line. • A detailed discussion on the early origins of the Redfearn family in Northern England – the probable origin of this line. • An extensive early Redfearn research in Virginia and Maryland dating to 1656 in America – early origins of this line. • A complete research and history of James Redfearn of Johnston County, North Carolina and their children’s families (includes accounts on the Weems, Beeson, Routh & Brogdon lines). • A detailed history on Anson County, NC and the migration of Redfearn lines from Anson including:Nimrod, Solomon, Townley, John Jr., Elisha, Isaac, James, and Branson. • A detailed history on Randolph County, NC and the migration of Redfearn lines from Randolph including:Samuel, Isaac Jr., Solomon, John and James. • A detailed account on James Redfearn Jr. and his brother John Richard Redfearn Sr., Revolutionary War patriots. • A complete reference listing for pre-1800 Redfearns not of James’ line and other major Redfearn lines in America. • A comprehensive Redfearn Civil War Index, listing all 90 known Redfearns who served in the Civil War – listing their rank, unit and other information. • An interesting and fun Redfearn listing of a variety of Redfearn family facts, statistics, trivia, notable Redfearns and a birthday index. • Information on attending The Redfearn Family Reunion which takes place annually at White Store, Anson County, North Carolina.